Applications for Admission in spring semester to all Master's Programs is open from 1 November until 10 January 2018
Currently there are seven active graduate programs at Alfaisal University: The Master of Business Administration (MBA), which has graduated over 300 students. It has two tracks, Finance & Healthcare Management. The Masters of Biomedical Sciences (MBS), which is a thesis, option program. It has five tracks: Analytical Biochemistry, Biotechnology, Clinical Embryology & Reproductive Biology, Infection Control and Molecular & Cell Biology. There is also the Master of Engineering & Systems Management (MEM) with its thesis & courses options, in collaboration with the Centre for Complex Engineering Systems (CCES) at KACST and MIT; the Master of Radiological & Imaging Sciences (MRS), which is a courses-only option and helps to train instructors and managers. The Masters of Genetic Counselling (MGC), which is a courses-only option, will help to fill a critical need for counsellors in the Kingdom. The Master of Public Health (MPH) is a courses-only option and has tracks in Mass Gatherings (Hajj and Umrah), Biostatistics & Epidemiology and Health Policy & Management. Finally, the Masters of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology (MNT), which is a thesis option program. Almost 400 students have so far graduated from the Master’s Programs at Alfaisal University over the past 5 years.
As the administrative arm of the Research & Graduate Studies Council (RGC), the Office of Research & Graduate Studies (ORG) monitors the progress of students enrolled in different graduate degree programs, from the time they are admitted to Alfaisal University until they complete their degrees. This is done in coordination with the College Graduate Studies Committees and the Office of Student Affairs.
The admission cycle is described in this web site as well as the policies that govern the application, applicant evaluation, and admission of new graduate students. Students may apply for admissions to graduate programs at Alfaisal University from any other university both within and from outside Saudi Arabia. The Research & Graduate Studies Council (RGC) sets the minimum application requirements and has the ultimate authority to approve or deny graduate admission.